Paint Storage Cabinets look around at your kitchen and think of a complete makeover, consider starting with the cupboards. Sometimes just changing a prominent feature in your kitchen can create a dramatic change in your kitchen overall decor without spending a fortune. Old cabinets can have many cosmetic problems such as peeling paint, scratches, or a matte surface that can drain the life of your kitchen. Turn old or plain-looking cabinets with a new layer of brown acrylic or oil paint. You chose to paint them a bright shade of brown. Allow the paint to dry. Attach cabinet hardware to the cabinet and secure cabinet doors.
Remove hinges and handles or knobs from the cabinet doors with a screwdriver or drill. Use a soft sponge to wash the Paint Storage Cabinets with a mild detergent to get rid of any grease or dirt. If you want to keep the original hardware, keep all the pieces and fasteners in a small bowl or bucket so that they do not get lost. If you have a cabinet with many doors, mark them with a small piece of target tape so it’s easy to put them in their place when you install them. Sand areas with scratches, loose paint or cracked paint with a light grit sandpaper (150, 180 or 220 grit) until the surface is smooth. Fill in hackers or deep scratches with non-shrinking putty and a spackle. Allow the dirt to dry and sand the area. Dam of slip garbage with a soft tack cloth.
Apply an acrylic latex primer to the Paint Storage Cabinets to make the even surface possible. Primers helps seal any recesses or cracks that are naturally in wood. Primer can also help prevent mold or mold. Allow the primer to dry. Sand out any surface damage with sandpaper (150 or 180 grit). Wipe the garbage with a clean, soft tack cloth. Paint the cabinet with a high quality brown color, using a synthetic brush. If you use oil-based paint, use a natural brush. Allow to dry and then apply another layer of paint. Three layers of color may be necessary if the cupboards had a dark finish.